“Dead Snow” terrified me. Between a young woman being chased through the Norwegian alps by zombies in Nazi uniforms, to a rambunctious group of oversexed medical students on vacation, I was scared I was watching another throw away zombie horror flick.
Can you tell me some information about the new book you have coming out? This is the 25th book in the Open Court [publishing company] Popular Culture and Philosophy series, called “Star Trek and Philosophy.” It’s being released because apparently there is a new Star Trek movie coming out late this year or next year.
I don’t exactly know what an egalitarian is, and I do not necessarily consider myself one when I state that a qualified female should earn the same wage as her equally qualified male counterpart, but apparently such a statement could rack me up a healthy discount on my next paycheck.
We do live in an age of heroes. Brave men and women do walk among us, who, driven by some superhuman enthusiasm, seek to liberate us from our apathy and lead us by vigorous example. They may not have superhuman strength or the ability to shoot concentrated light from their eyes, but these heroes can whip a lethargic mass into a swarthy wave of human emotion at a moment’s notice.
It seemed like only yesterday, we, the brave and illustrious Eastern Rangers, were infiltrating a Thomas Hammer, learning the ways of the Barista and coming to understand the intimate nature of 21st century coffee commerce. Strange then, how our very next assignment would cause us to be evicted from another café very similar in nature.